Brilliance Of The Seas

December 13, 2010 by staff 

Brilliance Of The Seas, Shock for more than 1,000 guests a Mediterranean Cruise: On the way to Alexandria in Egypt became the “Brilliance of the Seas of Royal Caribbean International in a violent storm. Ten foot waves and gale-force winds shook by the nearly 300 meter long ship and smashed windows in the 10th Deck. Fortunately, the storm of the passengers ended smoothly, some guests were injured slightly – which reports the U.S. CBS television.

Cruise ship passengers came with the shock of it
The incident happened already this past weekend. An eyewitness spoke of a “horrific” moment when the amount of the tenth decks the windows by the pressure of the water most. In the cabins had all been water ice bucket and paper flew through the air. Another passenger told CBS that she and her husband had been thrown several minutes through the cabin. But like most other passengers they came with the shock and some minor injuries like this. A little more the boat facility is affected: A Christmas tree was blown down in one of the common areas, several windows were smashed. The ‘Brilliance of the Seas “concludes when it is fully booked up to 2100 passengers. The ship was on a 12-day cruise from Spain to Italy and Greece to Egypt.

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